Safety Services News

South Sudan Army Retakes Key Oil Town
South Sudan >> 1/14/2014 - South Sudan's army retook a strategic oil town Tuesday after a rebel incursion sent thousands fleeing and imperiled crude output in sub-Saharan Africa's third-largest oil producer. "By 4 p.m. the rebe...
South Sudan Rebel Leader Wants Detainees Freed
South Sudan >> 1/12/2014 - South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar's demand for the release of detainees remains a stumbling block to a ceasefire deal aimed at halting violence in the world's youngest state, a U.S. envoy said. ...
S. Sudan Says Recaptures Oil-Producing State from Rebels
South Sudan >> 1/10/2014 - South Sudan's army said it regained a rebel-held northern town, giving the government control of a region where oil production had been halted by fighting that has left the world's youngest nation clo...
Sudan Won't Form Joint Force to Guard South Sudan's Oil
Sudan >> 1/9/2014 - Sudan's army said that it has no intention of forming a joint force to help South Sudan protect its oil-producing regions and restore output that has been hit by violence between government forces and...
South Sudan's Bentiu City Residents Flee Government Advance
South Sudan >> 1/8/2014 - Thousands of people are fleeing the South Sudanese city of Bentiu amid fears of a government offensive to recapture the oil-rich area from rebels, a BBC reporter there says. Many people are taking ref...
South Sudan ‘Hopeful’ on Talks with Rebels
South Sudan >> 1/8/2014 - South Sudan government delegation head on peace talks has expressed optimism over ongoing peace talks with rebels loyal to former Vice President Dr. Riek Machar in the Ethiopian Capital, Addis Ababa, ...
Khartoum, Juba Deny Deployment of Joint Force to Protect Oil Fields
Sudan >> 1/7/2014 - Sudanese and South Sudanese governments denied reports that presidents Omer Al-Bashir and Salva Kiir a struck a security deal to deploy joint forces to protect oil areas in South Sudan. Sudanese forei...
China Urges South Sudan Ceasefire as Peace Talks Stutter
South Sudan >> 1/6/2014 - China, the biggest investor in South Sudan's oil industry, called for an immediate ceasefire in the world's newest state, as rebel and government negotiators haggled over the scope of peace talks mean...
Direct Talks on South Sudan Open in Ethiopia
South Sudan >> 1/5/2014 - Direct talks on ending the conflict in South Sudan have officially opened in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. The negotiations are focusing on bringing about a ceasefire and the release of politica...
First S Sudan Ceasefire Talks in Ethiopia 'Fruitful'
South Sudan >> 1/3/2014 - Initial meetings in Addis Ababa between mediators and the warring parties in South Sudan have been "fruitful," Ethiopia's foreign minister has said. Tedros Adhanom said direct talks between the two si...
South Sudan Rivals to Begin Peace Talks
South Sudan >> 12/31/2013 - Talks between South Sudan's government and rebels are due to start in the near future in Ethiopia, say observers. However there has been no immediate halt to hostilities, with reports that heavy fight...
Kiir to Skip Nairobi Crisis Talks with African Leaders
South Sudan >> 12/27/2013 - South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has not gone to Kenyan capital Nairobi to attend a meeting of African leaders trying to mediate an end to nearly two weeks of fighting that has killed thousands, a ...
South Sudan Rebels Seize Oil Wells as Mediators Seek Talks
South Sudan >> 12/26/2013 - Rebels in South Sudan have seized some oil wells and may damage them, the petroleum ministry said, as African leaders met President Salva Kiir to try to mediate an end to nearly two weeks of fighting ...
South Sudan Rebel Leader Sets out Conditions for Talks
South Sudan >> 12/24/2013 - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sought urgently to nearly double the size of the U.N. peacekeeping force in South Sudan, while rebel leader Riek Machar and President Salva Kiir both indicated they ...
China to Evacuate South Sudan Oil Workers to Capital
South Sudan >> 12/20/2013 - China National Petroleum Company, a main oil investor in South Sudan, is evacuating oil workers to the capital, Juba, amid continued fighting in the world's newest country, a company official and stat...
Workers Clash in South Sudan Oil Fields with 16 Dead
South Sudan >> 12/19/2013 - Fighting between workers in two oil fields in South Sudan has killed at least 16 people but the government is now in control and oil production has not been affected, a senior official in a major oil ...
Khartoum Hopes S. Sudan Unrest Won't Spread to Oil Regions
Sudan >> 12/18/2013 - Sudan hopes calm will return to South Sudan to avoid any spillover of ethnic conflict to oil-rich areas along their border, a Sudanese cabinet minister said after what the Juba government says was an ...
South Sudan Imposes Curfew after Attempted Coup
South Sudan >> 12/16/2013 - South Sudan's President Salva Kiir declared a curfew in the capital Juba after overnight clashes between rival factions of soldiers that he said were triggered by an "attempted coup". Kiir blamed sold...
Africa Oil Reports on Security Situation in Kenya
Kenya >> 9/23/2013 - Africa Oil Corp. (Africa Oil) reports on the security situation in Kenya. There will be few people now that are not aware of the attack that took place at a shopping centre in Nairobi on Saturday 21 S...
Power Supplies Was Returned at Petro Rabigh Complex.
Saudi Arabia >> 9/15/2013 - Further to the announcement from Rabigh Refining and & Petrochemicals Company (Petro Rabigh) concerning the electricity and steam power failure at the Company complex, Petro Rabigh would like to clari...

Ecological & Environmental Emissions Measuring Environment Management, Consultancy Environmental Services General Hazardous Waste Management Oil Spill & Emergency Response Safety Services Waste Disposal
For Buyers
For Suppliers
Gulf Oil and Gas
Copyright © 2023 ICT All rights reserved. - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy.